Katelyn Sander

Ça va bien aller

"Soup of the Day"...just got Serious!

It’s going to be okay. These are the words of Canadian NFL player Laurent Duvernay-Tardif who has now joined our courageous frontline fighting the coronavirus. The offensive lineman’s key role is to block in order to protect the receivers and the quarterback. It may not be the most glamorous position, but it is arguably one of the most important. 

How fitting.

M. Duvernay-Tardif is clearly an expert in protecting others. He is not only focused on the patients; his goal is also to protect and support the other frontline workers. He knows the importance of a strong team more than many. I hope he is also leveraging his skills and knowledge to ensure he is taking good care of himself. Our frontline as individuals are so vulnerable: Mentally, physically, physiologically, and emotionally. Laurent – you are precious. We are so grateful for you. Please make defending yourself a priority as well.

Inspiration of the Day

“I accepted this opportunity with a lot of pride and humility. I will contribute to the best of my abilities to help: help put a smile on a patient’s face, help give a day off to nurses and orderlies who have been working countless hours since this pandemic started. We can all do our part… We have to keep working as a team and we will get through this. Ça va bien aller.” Laurent Durvernay-TardifNFL Superbowl Champion, Medical Doctor.

Class of the Day

Today’s class is a Total Body Conditioning, brought to you by the spectacular Penny! Prepare to be worked from your head to your toes, moving from one exercise to another, keeping your heart rate up the whole time.

Join Penny at 12:00pm for this 30 minute virtual class.

Click here to join the class.

Meeting ID: 864 5295 2847
Password: 991724

See the other classes we have coming up this week here.

Have questions about our virtual classes? Reach out to Lauren directly.

Trainer Moves of the Day

Xochil from the TAC demos 4 AWESOME lower body moves. If you have a dowel or broom handle and a resistance band, great. Otherwise, body weight only works well too. 

 

For a complete full body workout, super set each one of these lower body exercises with the 4 upper body moves she rocks in this second video.

 

Try 10 reps of each. 3 to 5 sets. Take a break between each super set.

  1. Tempo Zombie Squat : Push up
  2. Banded Romanian Deadlift : Banded Bent Over Row
  3. Tempo Bulgarian Split Squat : Pike Handstand Pushup
  4. Single Leg Deadlift : Behind the neck pull down

For questions about these moves, you can connect directly with Xochil here.

HUB Smoothie of the Day

The Adelaide 2.0 is delicious. But don’t for a second think that this version is “better” than his little brother 1.0. They are equally loved. Just different! As always, close your eyes and pretend you’re leaning on the bar in the HUB, enjoying Neesha’s beautiful, contagious smile!

Adelaide 2.0

  • 16 oz nut milk/milk
  • 1 scoop chocolate protein powder or chocolate substitute
  • 1 tbsp almond butter
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1 honey date
  • 1 tsp cinnamon

Blend all ingredients and serve!

Nutritional Values

Adelaide 2.0

Calories

270.0 kcal

Fat

14.6 g

Carbs

34.8 g

Fibre

3.5 g

Sugar

22.1 g

Protein

5.3 g

 

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